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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: europe's economic woes worsened today, causing renewed fears amid political disarray. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on the crisis as european leaders ended their summit without agreement on concrete solutions. >> brown: plus, we ask how europe's instability could affect the u.s. especially as it deals th its own fiscal crisis. >> woodruff: then, paul solman asks an age-old question: will new technology make human workers obsolete? >> there are factorys where robots do almost all of the work. >> and lights out? why is it called lights out? >> because you don't need lighting in a place run by robots. >> brown: margaret warner looks at the case against the pakistani doctor jailed for 33 years after helping the c.i.a. capture osama bin laden. >> woodruff: and ray suarez has the story of a columbia univsity professor'sighto prove an innocent man was executed in texas. >> there was not a sled of forensic in evidence this case, even though the cr
'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: we have the latest on this historic day, coming 15 months after the ouster of president hosni mubarak. >> ifill: then, we look at the facebook fallout as the social media giant's market debut falters out of the gate. >> brown: we have two on-the- ground reports on europe's economic troubles from spain and greece, where austerity measures are hitting home for ordinary citizens. >> ifill: we examine the iran nuclear talks in baghdad as world powers float a proposal to curb tehran's enrichment program. >> brown: and we close with the diamond anniversary of an american treasure. spencer michels has the story of building san francisco's golden gate bridge. >> it's not all celebration, a 75-year-old controversy has flared anew over who should get the credit for designing this spectacular bridge. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour haseeidn pry:pr bed b and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by
woes broke and governor jerry brown tax his way back to fiscal health? ♪ >> welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot, fresh from a fund raising swing through manhattan, but included a top at apartment of tony james. and president obama rolled out a long expected attack on republican rival mitt romney's ties to, well, private equity. the campaign released an ad blaming romney and former firm, boehner capital for the 2001 closing of gst steel in kansas city. >> i know how this works, why jobs come and why they go? >> and they were responsible, mitt romney was deeply involved in the influence that he exercised over these companies. >> they made as much money off it as they could and they closed it down and they filed for bankruptcy without any concerns to families or to the communities. >> and can't handle stuff-- >> and joining the panel this week, wall street columnist dan henninger. assistant editor, james freeman and washington columnist kim strassel. >> you spent all week looking into the story the closing of that steel plant in kansas city. why don't you tell us
billion deficit at the beginning of the year has now nearly doubled. governor brown is telling voters to raise taxes or there will be severe cuts. >> next weekend seniors at san set to gradgrad wait but students with more time to go are bracing for here cuts in higher tuition. students are thinking about finding another parttime job. >> i might need to get one more parttime job even the i'm already working 15 hours now. >> this latest jolt came from governor brown who announced the $9 billion budget deficit preticketed in january has now ballooned to $16 billion. he says tax revenues have not increased as much as expected because the economy has not bounced back. the governor used the opportunity to make another sales pitch for his november tax initiative. >> the plan, asks high income earners to pay up to 3% more in their income seven for seven years. it will increase sales taxes by one-fourth of one percent for four years. >> without the tax hike the governor is warning of deep cuts to public safety and social service programs as well as to california colleges and schools. the san f
. governor jerry brown announced yesterday the shortfall and nearly twice what was expected and he's warning bigger cuts and higher taxes could be on the way. abc7 news reporter john alston shows us the potential impact. >> reporter: next weekend seniors at san francisco state are set to graduate, but students who still have more time to go are bracing for more cuts and higher tuition. students like kenny lee, who is thinking about finding another part-time job. >> i want to get one more part-time job even though i am already working around 15 hours a week now. probably i will ned to get one more just to support myself and to pay my tuition. >> this latest jolt came from governor brown who released this video, announcing that $9 billion budget deficit predicted in january has now ballooned to $16 billion. he says tax revenues have not increased as much as expected because the economy has not bounced back. the governor used the opportunity to make another sales pitch for his november tax initiative. >>> the plan as high income earners to pay up to 3% more in their income taxes for seven years
brown at the public viewing. people stood all day long, at times in the rain, to pay their respects to "the godfather" of go-go. today they can expect the funeral service to begin with a very traditional feel. there'll be appearances by city leaders and entertainers including -- more are expected to be announced. but before the close of service, there will be a live performance of a medley of brown's music. now, donnie simpson will serve as host. there will be special performances by the chuck brown band by sugar bear, maysa, james funk and others. when they reach capacity, they will shut doors and not allow anyone else in the public inside. folks who are coming down here are encouraged to take metro. i'm tracee wilkins reporting leave in the northwest. "news 4." >> tracee, thank you. you can watch the memorial live starting at noon on our website nbcwashington.com and on nbc washington nonstop. channel 208 vios. cox 460 and 4.2 over the air. >>> this morning we're waiting for prince george's police to feed a man they say took his own life after a domestic dispute. neighbors say a m
billion budget deficit. governor jerry brown announced yesterday the shortfall and nearly twice what was expected and he's warning bigger cuts and higher taxes could be on the way. abc7 news reporter john alston shows us the potential impact. >> reporter: next weekend seniors at san francisco state are set to graduate, but students who still have more time to go are bracing for more cuts and higher tuition. students like kenny lee, who is thinking about finding another part-time job. >> i want to get one more part-time job even though i am already working around 15 hours a week now. probably i will need to get one more just to support myself and to pay my tuition. >> this latest jolt came from governor brown who released this video, announcing that $9 billion budget deficit predicted in january has now ballooned to $16 billion. he says tax revenues have not increased as much as expected because the economy has not bounced back. the governor used the opportunity to make another sales pitch for his november tax initiative. >>> the plan as high income earners to pay up to 3% more in the
grow can governor jerry brown tax his way back to fiscal health? ealth? ♪ >> welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot, fresh from a fund raising wing t >> paul: fresh through a swing of manhattan through an apartment big wig tony james is president obama rolled out a long expected attack on mitt romney's ties to private equity. campaign released an ad blaming romney and his former firm bain capital for 2001 closing of steel company in kansas city. >> i know how businesses works. i know why jobs come and go. >> bain capital was the majority owner. they were responsible. mitt romney was deeply involved were the influence he exercised over these companies. >> it made as much money off of it oos they could. they filed for bankruptcy without any concern with families in communities. >> paul: joining the panel this week, columnist dan henninger and james freeman and washington columnist kim straussel. you looked into the closing of plant. tell us what the facts are the reality? >> it's not really the ad. you have 1993 the steel industry is a wreck. hundreds of thousands la
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plates since 2002, however $3 million was reportedly raided by governor jerry brown and governor arnold schwarzenegger to plug in budget gaps. only $80,000 went to the victims of 9/11 and 40,000 was pleasant on antiterrorism programs. >>> today, people will be armed with -- among them all bright the first woman of the secretary of state. and the medal of freedom is awarded to those who made major contributions to society. >>> let's go to sal and check in on the commute how is it going, sal? >>> not bad, if you are driving in some areas but other areas are getting busy though. highway 4 is getting busy passed willow pass grade and there is a stalled big-rig making it slow and even if that area is getting slowed, you will see it because of the rain blockage and you will see traffic will be a little bit slow now that the metering lights have been turned on. and the morning drive looks good on 280 and 81 so we are off to some good starts in santa clara valley. let's go to steve. >>> we have some sun in a few locations and it will fall -- what i am trying to say, the fog will burn off even t
>>> governor brown is making a new push to raise taxes after new projections show the state budget is in even more dire straits than expected. >> california is looking at a lot more red ink in the state budget with new estimates putting the deficit beyond $15 billion. we will learn more details as the revised budget on monday comes out. but we already know at least one way the governor plans to deal with the deficit. >> reporter: you know, you see this kind of thing in a lot of communities. parents say they already pitch in a lot of their own money to education. and tonight, the governor warned of more cuts to education, and public safety, if voters don't approve those tax hikes in november. >> i'm governor jerry brown -- >> reporter: about a minute into this video, he announced the bad news. >> we're facing a $16 billion hole, not the $9 billion we thought in january. >> i'm not surprised. it's bad. it's our future that they're compromising. >> reporter: tracy joyce has two daughters in school in contra costa and isn't happy to hear education is back on the chopping block. >> i'm
brown revealed today the state budget deficit has grown to $16 billion. the governor made that announcement in a video address posted on youtube in january the deficit was just over $9 billion. governor brown says it's nearly doubled since then because the economy isn't ramping up as fast as the administration had hoped. >> this means we have to go much further and make cuts far greater than i asked for the beginning of the year. but we can't fill a hole of this magnitude with cuts alone, without doing severe damage to our schools. >> ama: the governor will lay out a revised spending plan that relies on voters approving higher tacks on the wealthy in november. state republicans responded by saying the deficit news underscores the need to reign in spending -- rein in spending. >> alan: 100 supporters of a skyline high school student who was shot and killed bay police officer protested his death with a march for justice today. they made their way from birch street in oakland, where the shooting took place to the east mont mall police station. they say an officer killed the m
backed tony blair three times. she was a guest of gordon brown's at a pajama party. historical detail of politicians past is likely to feature when she takes to the witness stand later. just a day after her friend and former colleague, andy colson, once director of communications at downing street, gave evidence. >> rebecca was the sharp hand of rupert murdoch. she was the interface between the murdoch empire and the politicians. she was the orkstraret of the kind of social media. it was her wedding, it was her party, it was her pajama party. she was the social interface that held, if you like, the whole thing together. >> but it is rebecca brooks' relationship with the current prime minister that will come under most scrutiny in the courtroom. they lived close by in the countryside. it's been suggested they were in regular contact by phone, with some suggestions david cameron texted her repeatedly last year, round the time she was forced out of the "news of the world" parent company, news international. if that is true, it could be embarrassing for him. if the content of those messag
, everybody. i'm terrell brown. we begin with syria and efforts to end the 15-month assault to against forces opposed to president bashar al assad. the bbc reports rebel leaders have given the government until tomorrow to observe the u.n. cease-fire plan. if not, opposition forces will no longer be bound by the agreement. and the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. says the security council cannot syria to end the bloodshed. other actions outside the u.n. may be necessary. susan mcginnis in washington with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. there's new video out by rebel forces that apparently shows new attacks by the government. now, this all has lawmakers here on capitol hill calling for action on the part of the u.s. smoke rises from rooftops in homs. syrian rebels say this amateur video is proof government troops have no intention of halting attacks on civilians. the shelling follows the new discovery of 13 bodies in eastern syria and the massacre of more than 100 people in houla last week. president al assad refuses to implement the united nations peace plan and blames the vio
am governor jerry brown. >>henry: that the governor say that the deficit went from 9 billion to $16 billion. this is the state assemblyman for sampras is the. after the interview he has pointed to some batting practice-laughter. >> the hope for taxes after april 15th was higher. >>henry: at did they not know how much? >> it was portrayed by the governor that it was not as much as they expected. he has a tax revenue issue on the ballot next november. i am very supportive of this. when we see the result of these cuts, that could be a good prompter for people. >>henry: and you think that tax measure has required a chance? your >> i don't know if people are focused yet. it has definitely have a shot. the drama and is when you see your school district having to cut back on and social worker is having been cutbacks. i think san francisco will be supportive. >>henry: what about the controversy on medical marijuana? your >> we would double message by the obama administration we thought that everything was fine, no more raids. all the sudden we got this massive attack. they're closing th
the weekend that california's budget deficit has ballooned by nearly $7 billion. governor jerry brown proposed $8.3 billion in cuts, everything from payroll to court funding to construction projects. a 4-day workweek for state workers. hundreds of millions in cuts to state colleges. raising the state sales tax and a temporary increase in income tax on the wealthy. brown says it's the best he can do, calling it a, quote, pretzel palace of incredible complexity. the governor made a comparison to the financial struggles we were talking about overseas. >> take away our never pleasant, take a look at what's going on in greece. take a look at the 100,000 people marching in spain. once you have it, it's much more painful to give it up than if you don't get what you desire. and that's why it becomes very important to block new spending proposals. it is difficult, and that's just life. >> governor brown's plan comes up for a vote in november. >>> to 2012 politics, mitt romney's time at his former company bain capital is shifting the debate back to the economy. just hours after the obama campaign releas
of go-go is still pouring in. chuck brown died wednesday after battling pneumonia. go-go radio.com has been playing chuck brown nonstop and fans are call in to express their feelings about the d.c. legend. chuck brown was 57 years old. >> two big losses, unexpectedly as well. >>> do you love browsing the web on your smart phone? up next, why you may soon be counting those minutes and dollars. >> details of who is cutting off the unlimited data plan for some customers. we'll have that in our headlines coming up. [ female announcer ] today is the day... ♪ ...you make a change with hellmann's. ♪ make parmesan-crusted chicken. ♪ surprisingly crispier... juicier... mmm. yummier. made with real simple ingredients. find this and other recipes at hellmanns.com. hellmann's. make it real. make it different. with the touch of a button ? droid does. does it post it instantly to facebook with sound ? droid does. droid with color for facebook. it's the ultimate status update. get a droid razr maxx by motorola for only $199.99. . >>> john lennon's killer has been moved. mark david champ man was
jerry brown proposes some $8 billion in some painful budget cuts, and warns that $6 billion more could be slashed if voters don't approve his tax hikes. >> we didn't lose any money, we just didn't get it. when you make a prediction about the capitalist system, it is an estimate. a guesstimate. there is no certainties. i know you would like an exact prediction of the business cycle. it doesn't exist. wait. do you know the difference between saying hey, i think i'm going to get a bonus next year, and wrong? or as you walk to work, you lost your wallet? and $200 is gone. so one is a loss of actual dollars. and the other is coming out inaccurate on the predictions you make of a complex global flow of capital all over the world. martha: they counted on a whole lot of revenue that didn't come into the coffers basically and we're joined by stuart varney, anchor of varney & company. very fired up governor jerry brown there. what went wrong in california, stuart? >> he delivered a huge shock when he raised the decifit estimate from $9 billion, to $16 billion. bottom line martha is governor brow
. the defense claim was that there was one orange brown smudge on the bathroom wall, she had a fake tan the day before and that indicated there was no struggle at all. martha: quite unusual in a case like this, the victim's parents plan to testify for the man accused of killing their daughter, right phil? >> reporter: quite unusual. everybody related to this case seems to believe the husband. now, there's no way he would have ever killed his wife, and he had absolutely no motive for that. so this is basically going to come down to the testimony of doctors versus doctors. the medical examiner for miami-dade versus their own medical experts that the defense has hired, who will be here to testify. and key evidence for the police, they say the bed appeared that he hadn't slept in it the night before and the car's hood was still warm in the driveway. martha: and he says in the tape there are marks on her neck, which we'll hear more about on this, too. phil, thank you very much, phil keating on another case in florida. bill: team obama releasing its first official campaign attack ad going after romne
with recession. it includes cuts in debt and deposit ratings. joining us today is michael brown. good to see you. your reaction to the data this morning. growth numbers for both italy and germany. >> they've had a significant build up in inventories and stocks as the auto enter has been gearing up for production. you can see it in the bmw figures. we straightforward. germany is functioning because -- >> that even boosted u.s. growth in the first quarter. >> you need to make the sales. you can't keep the level going. it's part of that cycle that you get that seasonal al cycle that you get when you have a highly productive manufacturing based economy. >> doesn't bode well pot rest of the eurozone then. germany continues to truck along and you're saying it's just a blip that doesn't bode well. >> the ifo numbers have continued to be strong which means that it could well keep chugging along quite happily. remember, expectations for growth this year, you've just done it in the first quarter. so you don't have to do very much to beat expectations. but it's not about germany. it's about italy and spain
targets included the mayoral's home and president obama's chicago campaign headquarters. steve brown is live in chicago with more. >> reporter: interestingly this is not a federal case. this will be very first illinois own terrorism laws. that will be what the charges are essentially are against the three individuals that were arrested. they are brian church, jarrod chase and brent -- they were picked up on the south side of chicago. they were picked up on wednesday night. we were there yesterday friday afternoon. still saw cops milling around and talking to folks in the neighborhood. a total of nine folks were arrested in one particular raid. the state's attorneys office said it was a targeted raid and had informants working with them. >> the individuals we have charged in this investigation are not peaceful protestors. they are domestic terrorists who came to chicago with an bent to harm our police officers, intimidate citizens and to go through with their politically motivated causes. >> reporter: recovered in the raid were molotov bomb making materials and number of different wea
be a breakthrough for those paralyzed. researchers at brown university have just released this video showing a robotic arm responding to basic commands given only through a person's thoughts. the robot was able to give the paraplegic patient a bottle to sip from. the device was attached to the woman's brain allowing a computer to decode messages from her mind and send them to the robot. unreal. >>> a florida couple had a different kind of self-serve at the gas station. a mom-to-be was in labor and dad couldn't quite make it to the hospital in time so he pulled into the pumps and ran right over to the passenger's side and guess what, he delivered his own son. the fire department did show up moments later. they cut the umbilical cord and thankfully everyone is doing just fine. now for a look at your national and regional weather here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> at first thought you're like gas station, a horrible place to stop. but they got everything, bathrooms with running water, papal towels, food. >> snacks. >> milk duds, whatever you want. >> great place to deliver. good morning,
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half hour. some big wigs here. governor brown who left already, and just a few minutes ago, democratic leader nancy pelosi wrapped up, talking about how the golden gate bridge which is just to the left of me is a symbol of innovation as it has continued to be for decades. as you mention, marla, it is still going on now, lots of orange here, you can see the stage. even pelosi having orange on herself. lots of vips here, huge crowd for the ribbon cutting ceremony. we pan over to the bridge cafe, you see one of the big ribbons, goes up another ribbon at the round house. that's the tourist center here as well as bridge pavilion, brand new building here, the third ribbon cutting. so lots going on. also in the crowd today family members of some of the key figures in building this bridge, including the chief engineer whose statue is at the plaza, and engineers russ cone and charles ellis. they say today is especially touching for their families. >> feels just like unbelievable. i want to keep pinching myself that we're involved in this wonderful celebration, and a gorgeous bridge, and it's so
zimmerman. >>> plus, california governor jerry brown on closing a $16 billion budget gap. >>> and actor hugh dancy stops by the studio with his new movie "hysteria." >>> that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm manuel gallegus. have a great weekend. ,,,, >> 2 hours until facebook goes public. the lesson it can learn from google >> the attack
are paralyzed. researchers at brown university released video showing a robotic armory sponding to basic commands given through only the person's thoughts. the robot was able to give the patient a bottle to sip from. a device attached to the woman's brain allowing a computer to decode messages from her mind and send it to the robot. >>> a florida couple had a different kind of self-serve at a gas station. a mom to be was in labor, and dad couldn't make it to the hospital in time, so he pulled right in the pumps, ran to the passenger side and delivered his own son! the fire department did show up moments later, to cut the umbilical cord, everyone is doing fine. way to go, dad. >>> for a look at national and region aweather here is bill karins. good morning. >> slurpees for everyone. beautiful weather continues across the nation, not much drama out there today. we didn't have much yesterday, either. severe thunderstorms were very widespread, we did have some thunderstorm action with locally flooding conditions in south carolina and georgia and along the orlando, to daytona beach corridor.
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